Arts and Humanities
The Initiative for Heritage Conservation in collaboration with the Office of Global Programs of Columbia University would like to advertise 10 scholarships ($2,500 each) offered for one of IHC's three 4-week intensive summer schools on heritage management in Greece. Designed for students of varying disciplines, each summer program offers participants unique vocational skills as well as an in-depth training in heritage management. A PDF brochure with a summary of all three programs can be found here.
The scholarships are open for all nationalities and backgrounds and will be awarded according to merit. All students of CC, GS, and SEAS are encouraged to apply, and particularly those with an interest in the fields of Classics, Art History, Anthropology, Global Area Studies (e.g. EALAC, MESAAS), as well as Architecture.
The 4-week summer programs are on the three following subjects:
- Digital Tools in Heritage Management
- Introduction to Heritage Management
- Public Engagement through Archaeological Ethnography
To apply: Further information, including program and scholarship applications, are available via the Summer Schools page of the IHC website (further information and course syllabi) and an online application.
The Initiative for Heritage Conservation is a registered 501(c)3 organization in the US and Greece which aims to promote best practice in managing heritage through education and research. As one of the top NGOs for socially-applied research—with its leading academic committee and cutting edge programs—the IHC has successfully trained current and future heritage managers from over 30 countries.